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openSUSE 12.1 Performance

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  • OpenSUSE 12.1 Benchmarks
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openSuse 12.1 Review: An Elite OS

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muktware.com: We have already played with Ubuntu 11.10, Fedora 16 and today openSUSE 12.1 arrived. I have been casually using openSUSE 12.1 (RC) for a while and am quite comfortable with it -- a compliment as its coming from a long-time Ubuntu user.

openSuSE 12.1 Released

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zdnet.co.uk: It has been a long development cycle, with a lot of very hard work by the developers. In my opinion, the developers hard work has really paid off, this is an excellent release.

openSUSE 12.1 in SUSE Studio

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susestudio.com: In what is becoming a tradition, we are supporting the new openSUSE release in Studio right from day one.

openSUSE 12.1: All Green!

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news.opensuse.org: It is November 16, 2011 and our mirrors have synced. Time to present to you: openSUSE 12.1!

Almost openSUSE 12.1

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news.opensuse.org: Yes, it is almost time. Tomorrow openSUSE 12.1 will be released to the world, bringing a large number of new features and cool stuff. We’ll look at a few things today and show you some screen shots!

openSUSE 12.1 Gone Gold, Release Wednesday

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Gold Master release party

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12.1 closing in!

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  • 12.1 closing in!
  • openSUSE 12.1 on the road to Goldmaster - and one bug more fixed
  • WebYaST 0.3 is out
  • openSUSE Weekly News Issue 200 is out
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